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I changed this stub so that it points to the article "Celt" rather than "Celts", which does not exist. --Sean Lotz 08:42, 21 August 2006 (UTC) You can help!Reply[reply]

Triskelion or High Cross?[edit]

I wouldn't get into an edit war about it, but I do have a bit of a problem with pre-Christian gods and myths being designated with a High Cross. This does make a little sense for Ireland, where monks were writing the Irish mythological corpus at roughly the same time the High Crosses were being erected; but not much sense for ancient Gaul, for example. (Gaulish religion might be represented instead by a wheel motif.) I'm suggesting the triskelion as an alternative because, evoking as it does a common theme in La Tène art, it's a design with more widespread relevance geographically. Does that sound good? QuartierLatin1968 El bien mas preciado es la libertad 17:53, 1 September 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]